Phil Collins

Phil Collins's Profile

Full Name :

Philip David Charles

Other Name's :

Little Elvis.

Gender:

Male

Date of Birth :

30th January 1951

Age:

65

Height :

5' 6" (1.68 m)

Born Place :

Chiswick, London, England

Occupation:

English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and actor.

Personal Details

  • Mother's : June Collins
  • Father's : Greville Collins
  • Sibling's : -
  • Education : Chiswick School, Barbara Speake Stage School
  • Residence : -
  • Spouse : Orianne Cevey (m. 1999-2008), Jill Tavelman (m. 1984-1996), Andrea Bertorelli (m. 1975-1980)
  • Children's : Lily Collins , Simon Collins Joely Collins Nicholas Collins Matthew Collins
Marital Status  
Languages English
Genres Progressive rock, rock, pop, jazz fusion
   

Phil Collins ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2004 Won ASCAP Award Top Box Office Films
for: Brother Bear (2003)
2000 Won ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "You'll Be in My Heart".
Top Box Office Films
for: Tarzan (1999)

Phil Collins Academy Awards, USA

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Oscar Best Music, Original Song
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "You'll Be In My Heart".
1989 Nominated Oscar Best Music, Original Song
for: Buster (1988)
Shared with:
Lamont Dozier (music) 
For the song "Two Hearts".
1985 Nominated Oscar Best Music, Original Song
for: Against All Odds (1984)
For the song "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)".

Phil Collins Annie Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2004 Nominated Annie Outstanding Music in an Animated Feature Production
for: Brother Bear (2003)
Shared with:
Mark Mancina
1999 Nominated Annie Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Feature Production
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "Two Worlds".

Phil Collins BMI Film & TV Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1989 Won Most Performed Song from a Film
for: Buster (1988)
Shared with:
Lamont Dozier 
For the song "Two Hearts".
1988 Won Most Performed Song from a Film
for: Mona Lisa (1986)
Shared with:
Tony Banks 
Mike Rutherford 
For the song "In Too Deep".

Phil Collins CableACE Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1987 Nominated ACE Performance in a Music Special
for: Phil Collins: No Jacket Required (1985) (TV)

Phil Collins Golden Globes, USA

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Golden Globe Best Original Song - Motion Picture
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "You'll Be In My Heart".
1989 Won Golden Globe Best Original Song - Motion Picture
for: Buster (1988)
Shared with:
Lamont Dozier (music) 
For the song "Two Hearts"
Together with "Let the River Run" from Working Girl (1988).
1985 Nominated Golden Globe Best Original Song - Motion Picture
for: Against All Odds (1984)
For the song "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)"

Phil Collins Grammy Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Won Grammy Best Soundtrack Album
for: Tarzan (1999)
Shared with:
Mark Mancina (album producer)
Nominated Grammy Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "You'll Be In My Heart".
1991 Nominated Grammy Best Music Video - Long Form
for: Phil Collins: The Singles Collection (1990) (V)
Shared with:
James Yukich (video director) 
Paul Flattery (video producer)
1989 Won Grammy Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
for: Buster (1988)
Shared with:
Lamont Dozier 
For the song "Two Hearts".
1985 Nominated Grammy Best Album of Instrumental Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special
for: Against All Odds (1984)
Shared with:
Stevie Nicks 
Peter Gabriel 
Stuart Adamson 
Mike Rutherford 
Kid Creole 
Michel Colombier 
Larry Carlton

Phil Collins Kids' Choice Awards, USA

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2000 Nominated Blimp Award Favorite Song from a Movie
for: Tarzan (1999)
For the song "Two Worlds".

Phil Collins Satellite Awards

Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2004 Nominated Golden Satellite Award Best Original Song
for: Brother Bear (2003)
For the song "Great Spirits".